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ONGC engineer sentenced to four years RI by CBI court

Press Trust Of India  |  Kolkata/ Guwahati 

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A on Monday sentenced an to four years of and a fine of Rs 10,000 for submitting forged reimbursement bills.

CBI Special Court Judge Ikramul Hussain passed the order on Special Case No: 29/2006 convicting ONGC’s Deputy Superintendent Engineer (Production) C P Parate, posted in Nazira in Assam's Sibsagar district, for the specific charge of obtaining pecuniary advantage to the tune of Rs 60,397 from the company by corrupt and illegal means.

The CBI had registered a case against Parate for submission of forged TA reimbursement bill, hostel bills, bills claiming daily allowances amongst other charges.

Subsequently, the charge sheet was framed against him under section 420/468/471 IPC and Section 13(2) read with Section 13(1)(d) of Prevention of Corruption Act.

The Judge after examining all the witnesses and documents held Parate guilty and convicted him to four years RI and a fine of Rs 10,000.

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ONGC engineer sentenced to four years RI by CBI court

A CBI Special Judge on Monday sentenced an ONGC engineer to four years of Rigorous Imprisonment and a fine of Rs 10,000 for submitting forged reimbursement bills.

A on Monday sentenced an to four years of and a fine of Rs 10,000 for submitting forged reimbursement bills.

CBI Special Court Judge Ikramul Hussain passed the order on Special Case No: 29/2006 convicting ONGC’s Deputy Superintendent Engineer (Production) C P Parate, posted in Nazira in Assam's Sibsagar district, for the specific charge of obtaining pecuniary advantage to the tune of Rs 60,397 from the company by corrupt and illegal means.

The CBI had registered a case against Parate for submission of forged TA reimbursement bill, hostel bills, bills claiming daily allowances amongst other charges.

Subsequently, the charge sheet was framed against him under section 420/468/471 IPC and Section 13(2) read with Section 13(1)(d) of Prevention of Corruption Act.

The Judge after examining all the witnesses and documents held Parate guilty and convicted him to four years RI and a fine of Rs 10,000.

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